Does your child want to be a doctor when they grow up? If so, have them check out this game. In this game you?ll explore the hospital levels and collect various medical items to treat familiar patients. The first item to grab will be your trusty medical book, which you can use to identify items and diagnose your patients. There are three difficulty levels to keep things interesting (easy, medium, and hard).

Who will I be curing?

You?ll see some friendly faces likes the gingerbread man, frosty the snowman and the boogieman. The full version will have other storybook characters like little red riding hood etc. In a way this reminds me of Shrek.

How do I cure the patients?

The first step is to diagnose them by using the medical book on them. Then you have to make sure you have the items needed in your inventory. Many of the patients need multiple items. If you use them in the wrong order you?ll have to start over again and recollect the objects you used. When you cure them in the proper order a mini game will launch allowing you to get rid of the bad germs personally. The mini-games are usually retro remakes like pong, asteroids etc.


The graphics in this game are very colorful and cartoon like. It?s easy to distinguish the objects that you need grab from the background graphics. There is a cute option that lets you personalize the game by importing your child?s face into the game. The process was pretty easy and looks decent.


The title music sounded very similar to that from Charlie Church Mouse. The voice acting was decent, nothing special. The sound effects of the mini-games remind me of the arcade classics.


I find nothing wrong with this game. The graphics are cartoon like and there is no blood on the injured patients etc. I would highly recommend this game for kids.

Final Thoughts

Overall this is a fun and informative game. The demo is limited to one hospital level and the full game has five levels. The full version is only $9.95 with a 30-day money back guarantee. If you have kids this game definitely worth checking out.

Final Ratings

Graphics B Sound B Game Play A Interface B+ Appropriateness A Stability A

Overall 89%

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